Strongsville Police Department

  • Agency: Strongsville Police Department
  • Address: 18688 Royalton Road, Strongsville, 44136 OH
  • Chief: Charles W Goss (Chief of Police)

Strongsville Police Department is located at 18688 Royalton Road, Strongsville, 44136 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Charles W Goss. The Strongsville Police Department phone number is (440)580-3230.

Strongsville Police Department News

We will be hosting a safety seminar May 22, 2018 7pm at the rec center. To register, go to tinyurl.com/safestrongsville The purpose of this safety seminar is to help residents protect themselves from crime. The training will focus on raising awareness of your surroundings, protecting your property and identity, safety when traveling, home security, and identifying and reporting suspicious people and vehicles in your neighborhood.

Stop the texts. Stop the wrecks. No text message is worth a life. #DriveSafeOhio

Don’t let a distracted mind steer you into danger. Drive distractions free. #DriveSafeOhio

SENIOR SAFETY DAY - THURSDAY, APRIL 19TH, 9AM -NOON AT THE STRONGSVILLE SENIOR CENTER Join us for a day dedicated to educating you on ways to keep yourself safe in various areas. We will start our day off with a continental breakfast and keynote speakers Jack Draves, Strongsville Chief of Fire and Mark Fender, Strongsville Chief of Police. Safety experts will be on hand with literature and helpful tips on the latest information. All events are free but require registration for the breakout sessions at the Senior Center front desk.

Always keep your eyes on the road, hands on the wheel and mind on driving. Distracted driving is much more than just texting and driving. #DriveSafeOhio

***ROAD CONTSTRUCTION*** Monday, April 9th Pearl Road at the Ohio Turnpike is scheduled to be reduced to 1 lane in each direction for bridge repair work. The traffic pattern change is scheduled to remain in effect until October 1, 2018. Please plan on using alternate routes.

This week is Public Safety Telecommuncators Week. We would like to thank our dispatchers for the hard work they do on a daily basis! Our dispatchers cover police and fire services for 4 cities (Strongsville, North Royalton, Berea, and Olmsted Falls).

When you look at something in your hand, you look at nothing out your windshield. #justdrive #DriveSafeOhio

NOTICE OF CITY OF STRONGSVILLE CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION FOR POLICE OFFICER AGILITY TEST – SATURDAY, MAY 5, 2018 AT 9:00 A.M. WRITTEN TEST – SUNDAY, MAY 6, 2018 AT 9:00 A.M. Applications and requirements can be downloaded from City of Strongsville website at www.strongsville.org, Human Resources Tab; or picked up at Strongsville City Municipal Offices at 16099 Foltz Parkway, Strongsville, Ohio, 44149. Applications, with all the testing requirements, will be available beginning Monday, April 2, 2018. You must be at least nineteen (19) years of age on or prior to May 5, 2018. Completed applications along with the required $25.00 fee and all other required documents must be returned in person no later than Friday, April 27, 2018 by 4:30 p.m. Test is limited to the first 150 properly completed applications received by the City. The City of Strongsville is an Equal Opportunity Employer The direct link to the appication is below. http://www.strongsville.org/…/2018-Police-Application-Packe…

***ROAD CONTSTRUCTION*** Monday, April 9th Pearl Road at the Ohio Turnpike is scheduled to be reduced to 1 lane in each direction for bridge repair work. The traffic pattern change is scheduled to remain in effect until October 1, 2018. Please plan on using alternate routes.

April is national distracted driving awareness month. Please remember to put all distractions away while driving. #DriveSafeOhio

***Madison Baker was located on 3/29/18*** Missing Runaway Juvenile Our department is looking for Madison Baker, a 17 year old female. She is listed as 5'2" tall, and weighs 150 lbs. She has brown hair and blue eyes. She has been missing since 3/14/18. Anybody who may know the whereabouts of Madison Baker please call 440-238-7373.

Here are a few pictures from the Child Safe Community Day Fair this past Sunday. There was a great turn out. We look forward to seeing everyone next year!

***Update 3/25/18 at 9:30 pm, both juveniles have been located. Thank you for everyone's help**** Missing Juveniles We are seeking assistance in locating 2 missing juveniles from our city. Alicia Congeni, a 16-year-old female, and her sister, Natalie Congeni a 14-year-old female have been missing since 3/24. Their last known location was on Main Street in North Ridgeville. If anyone has information on the whereabouts of these missing juveniles, please call the Strongsville Police Department at 440-238-7373.

It's not too late to visit our table at the Child Safe Community Day Fair at the Rec Center. We have plenty of materials to keep your kids safe and information about safety town. Admission is free.

Come visit Officer Don and our Youth Program Coordinator Marie McManus at the Child Safe Community Day Fair tomorrow at the Rec Center from 1-4 pm. The event, presented by the Rotary Club of Strongsville, will include mini-clinics on stranger danger and bullyproofing your child, plus child ID kits and a martial arts demonstration. There will also be an Easter egg hunt, photos with the Easter Bunny, inflatables, and ice cream eating contest and more. Local organizations and businesses will have displays. Admission is free. The ice cream contest and bunny photos involve a small donation.

We will be hosting a safety seminar May 22, 2018 7pm at the rec center. To register, go to tinyurl.com/safestrongsville The purpose of this safety seminar is to help residents protect themselves from crime. The training will focus on raising awareness of your surroundings, protecting your property and identity, safety when traveling, home security, and identifying and reporting suspicious people and vehicles in your neighborhood.

NOTICE OF CITY OF STRONGSVILLE CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION FOR POLICE OFFICER AGILITY TEST – SATURDAY, MAY 5, 2018 AT 9:00 A.M. WRITTEN TEST – SUNDAY, MAY 6, 2018 AT 9:00 A.M. Applications and requirements can be downloaded from City of Strongsville website at www.strongsville.org, Human Resources Tab; or picked up at Strongsville City Municipal Offices at 16099 Foltz Parkway, Strongsville, Ohio, 44149. Applications, with all the testing requirements, will be available beginning Monday, April 2, 2018. You must be at least nineteen (19) years of age on or prior to May 5, 2018. Completed applications along with the required $25.00 fee and all other required documents must be returned in person no later than Friday, April 27, 2018 by 4:30 p.m. Test is limited to the first 150 properly completed applications received by the City. The City of Strongsville is an Equal Opportunity Employer The direct link to the appication is below. http://www.strongsville.org/CityOfStrongsville/media/StrongsvilleMedia/Documents/Human%20Resources/2018-Police-Application-Packet.pdf

Welcome Spring! Roads are still snow covered. Please use caution and reduce your speeds this morning.

We are proud to announce that effective yesterday (3/19) Officer Michael Mendise has been assigned to the Strongsville Middle School as the School Resource Officer (SRO). Officer Chris Koenig is now exclusively designated as the High School SRO. He had previously covered both the High School and Middle School. The safety and security of our children and staff is our number 1 priority. The mission of the SRO program is to promote school safety by building a positive school climate in which everyone feels safe, and students are supported to succeed. The SRO program also seeks to reduce violent crime committed by and against youth in our community. The SRO's will establish a trusting channel of communication with students, parents, and teachers while establishing regular feedback opportunities.